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Aviv Ivgi's 'Animus' to play in Italy

Dancer/choreographer Aviv Ivgi's Animus is a study of the abstract and the everyday movement among three people.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 17, 2009 11:50

 
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Dancer/choreographer Aviv Ivgi's Animus, a study of the abstract and the everyday movement among three people, has been invited to the Interplay Festival in Turin, Italy. One of Italy's premier modern dance festivals, Interplay takes place from May 18 through 27.

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